The Buyer needs to be able to speak their mind when viewing a home with their Realtor & even if they love it, they will feel uncomfortable freely looking around with the Seller present.
If the Seller can't leave...they need to go for a long walk or go visit with neighbors until the showing is complete.
Realtor - Amerivest Realty
Terence Trombetti â€¢ RealtorÂ®
Gulf Coast Realty Network
4002 Del Prado Blvd. S.
Cape Coral, FL 33904
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1) You are not trained in marketing techniques. In your zeal to assist, you may inadvertently say something that the will have a negative impact on the prospective of your home.
2) The buyer is looking for a home for themselves and they do not want to look at "someone else home" They may feel uncomfortable and invading. They may not linger in the property as long as needed or ask the questions that they want to. They cannot have a candid conversation with the Realtor. The buy is in their world shopping for their needs and anything that infringes upon that can cause them to move on to a property where they feel comfortable.
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